Two Different Worlds gives Ryan Koenig a long-overdue opportunity to demonstrate his own talents of songwriting and musicianship.
The effortless harmonies on You Don’t Own Me Anymore by The Secret Sisters are a pleasure to hear but to do it with such arresting beauty is truly a gift.
Judging by First Cigarette, Travis Meadows seems to have lived every lyric in your record collection.
Poor David’s Almanack by David Rawlings takes the listener on a journey to a half-forgotten country, that “old, weird America” where people struggle through wilderness to the promised land, return from the dead, and battle with devils.
Last Of The True qualifies Fauss for much wider recognition … a broad sweep of country, rock and roll, & folk
The Hollering Pines second album, Mansion Of Heartbreak, is a traditional Country joy.
Red Arrow by Christian Lopez is an album of country-rock tunes that are engineered to pop perfection. Every song has a hook…
Undivided Heart & Soul by JD McPherson, defies easy labeling, twisting various strands of rock and roll into a single package of heartfelt and soulful music.
On Eilen Jewell’s Down Hearted Blues, you’ll enjoy her effortless, easy paced seductive vocals, superb arrangements and stellar guitar playing.
Whitney Rose sings ballads with a voice that takes you right back to the 50’s or 60’s. But the album also reflects her struggles with contemporary issues